[OSGeo-Standards] Any OSGeo topics to discuss OGC Technical Meeting next week?
cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 11:58:54 PST 2015
I'm assuming you will be in Sydney in person next week? I'd love to meet
you - maybe during one of the lunch sessions? I work 20 mins away (by
bicycle). Feel free to suggest a time.
Discussing ways to find a solution to licensing conflicts, as identified
by Bas is of interest to me.
Luis, will you be in Sydney? I'm interested to discuss collaboration
between OSGeo-Live and OGC, in particular around the documentation that
Luis was working on, as well as including the CITE test engine in
I'm also interested to hear (and possibly support) Martin around his
presentation on LIDAR standards. My interest is around avoiding
standards fragmentation which detrimentally impacts OSGeo software.
Looking forward to seeing you, Cameron
On 26/11/2015 11:13 pm, Scott Simmons wrote:
> We never heard back from the Debian folks on issues with OGC license
> terms. I would love to engage them, but admit that I am at a loss as
> to how to progress!
> Best Regards.
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>> On Nov 26, 2015, at 12:44 AM, Sebastiaan Couwenberg
>> <sebastic at xs4all.nl <mailto:sebastic at xs4all.nl>> wrote:
>> On 26-11-15 06:56, Cameron Shorter wrote:
>>> The OGC has technical and planning committee meetings in Sydney (my home
>>> town), next week, 30 Nov - 4 Dec 2016.
>>> I'm hoping to bump into some of the OGC attendees while in town. (In
>>> particular there is a GeoRabble event I will be at).
>>> It might also be a good chance to talk about any OSGeo/OGC
>>> In particular, is the OGC interested in including the TEAM certification
>>> engine on OSGeo-Live? We have just kicked of the build process for
>>> our next
>>> release, and now would be an opportune time to discuss including the
>>> Also, we have previously discussed integrating OGC Standards
>>> with OSGeo-Live documentation. Is the development of documentation
>>> of OGC
>>> standards still progressing?
>>> It might be a good chance to discuss that too.
>> If the OGC documentation is licensed under the terms of the OGC Document
>> Notice this is problematic due to the non-free nature of the license.
>> I'd like to know if OGC has been able to get in touch with the Debian
>> project to discuss the issues with the OGC Document & Software notices.
>> There hasn't been any public progress since this was last discussed on
>> this list ('OGC XML schemas and FOSS4G software distribution' thread).
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